The Corpse Vanishes
- Publication date
- Public Domain
- Monogram Pictures Corporation
You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.
Associate Producer: Barney A. Sarecky
Original Story by Sam Robins and Gerald Schnitzer
Screenplay by Harvey Gates
Production Manager: Ed. W. Rote
Assistant Director: Arthur Hammond
Photography: Art Reed
Film Editor: Robert Golden
Art Director: David Milton
Sound Engineer: Glen Glenn
Musical Director: Lange & Porter (A.S.C.A.P.)
Bela Lugosi as Dr. Lorenz
Luana Walters as Patricia Hunter
Tris Coffin as Dr. Foster
Elizabeth Russell as Countess Lorenz
Minerva Urecal as Fagah
Angelo as Toby
Joan Barclay as Alice Wentworth
Kenneth Harlan as Keenan
Gwen Kenyon as Peggy
Vince Barnett as Sandy
Frank Moran as Angel
George Eldridge as Mike
Produced by Sam Katzman and Jack Dietz, Banner Productions
Directed by Wallace Fox
- 2005-09-03 13:23:14
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- Wallace Fox
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Subject: An Enjoyable and Diverting Hour
Subject: Loved this movie
Subject: Not too bad logic
Subject: Bela as a mad scientist again
Of course, there are questionable points in the script, as Spuzz points out, but please read his review AFTER you watch the movie, NOT BEFORE!!! Too many SPOILERS!
Subject: Sam Katzman
He did better with the Bowery Boys in pure comedies. This one looks like it could be a comedy very easily, and probably should have been. There are too few characters to handle Katzman's chaotic approach and too few comic reliefs. But it was probably a good Saturday matinee.
Subject: good stuff
not a bad movie at all.
there are two scenes in this film that are classic lugosi.where he shows his utter cruel personality that is just a joy to watch.
well worth the time
Subject: Not a Hitchcock movie.
Soon sheÂs off to BelaÂs lair, when she meets a sort of strange looking doctor who may or may not be eeeevil. It all cumulates in a totally farfetched plan to have a fake wedding to capture the mad scientist, but it seems that the scientist has x-ray vision, as he foils her plans, Oh no! What will happen?
I actually liked this movie as a bit of a guilty pleasure. Lugosi is great here, his hangers-on are all very very strange, the story is actually quite nasty in some places which makes it all most watchable. A fun little view.
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